Lloyds mistakenly tells customers they're due 7.18% interest on their balance

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In 1992, 21-year-old Alan Shearer scored 16 goals by Christmas, John Major was having trouble with Europe, and it was the last time easy-access rates got close to the 7.18% Lloyds wrongly put on statements.

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